Acupuncture Treatment in Kettering

Would you like more sleep, better digestion, to feel more relaxed, to think more clearly and to have more energy? More and more people are turning to acupuncture as experience and research shows that it can effectively and safely treat a wide range of common health problems.

Acupuncture is also now also recommended by the NHS as a way to manage many chronic primary pain conditions, and can be a very effective way to address issues that are not responding well to medication alone.

Our acupuncturist, Dr Bandaranaike is available on Wednesdays in Kettering to treat any condition for which acupuncture has demonstrable benefit.

Acupuncture sessions can promote general wellbeing as well as addressing specific issues. These may include: stress, insomnia, mood regulation, back pain, neck & shoulder pain, joint pains, as well as menopausal syndrome, and painful or irregular periods.

In addition the NHS body NICE now recommends acupuncture as a way to manage many chronic primary pain conditions, including: migraines and headaches, fibromyalgia, endometriosis, irritable bowel syndrome, lower back pain & sciatica, neuropathic pain and also arthritis.

Following an initial verbal consultation our acupuncturist will work with you to understand your symptoms of health disharmony. This information is used to form a diagnosis and plan for treatment.

The acupuncture point combinations chosen are based upon many centuries of well documented clinical use and refinement and also Dr Bandaranaike’s own experience in the practice of acupuncture, and are adjusted as your treatments progress if appropriate.

When treatment begins, fine sterile needles are inserted into the carefully selected acupuncture points.

Dr Bandaranaike uses traditional acupuncture to treat a wide variety of conditions and illnesses. These may include arthritis, pain, eczema, asthma, stress and anxiety, migraine, menstrual and digestive disorders. Her approach focuses on improving the overall physical and emotional well being of the patient.